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CHART: The Best Athletes in Central Mass

Saturday, July 28, 2012


In case you missed it, here is the complete list of the greatest athletes to ever come out of Central Mass.

Take a look below and you will see that Central Mass has produced some of the greatest sports heroes in American history. Bob Cousy, Howie Long and Connie Mack all made their homes in the heart of the Commonwealth before going on to Hall of Fame careers. So check out the list to see what sports hero is from your home town.


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John Galt

Bob Cousy isn't from Worcester. He was born, grew up, and played his high school basketball in New York City.

John Galt

If going to college in Worcester qualifies one to be "from Worcester", then you need to add Jesse Burkett and Rube Marquard to the list. Both are baseball hall of famers who attended Assumption (at the same time, no less).

John Galt

Maybe add Babe Ruth to the list, representing Sudbury, where he lived while playing for the Red Sox.

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